Discussion in 'Games' started by niko084, May 16, 2012.
Curious what type of performance everyone is getting?
Given a short brief on system details.
If I could login and play, I'd report back with my FPS.
Diablo is a pretty old game, so it runs at more than 3 fps on my system.
(Lame, I know but I couldn't resist punning your title)
would flat out to consistent 120fps (with heavy scenes going to the 60s - 90s), but then it gets tearing for reasons uknown. Thats why I just turn on vsync (but makes it cap to 60 fps ???)
Everything maxed out I get about 25% utilization on each card(HD6950 Crossfire), with frames capped @ 60 FPS. Keeps the cards nice and cool.
Am I on COPS?
60 fps with vsync on.
its ment to cap at 60FPS with a 60 hz monitor.
i get solid 59/60 fps.... however it still jerks/jitters a fair bit for no apparent reason. likely driver problem.
10-60 fps. It's mostly at 60fps but sometimes there are really big slowdowns.
really with your setup? damn. Didnt realize it was that demanding.
Its certain parts of the game that does it, likely have something to do with the CPU Physics this game uses.
Not sure but every thing seems to be running smooth @ 60fps synced with tripple buffering. Q9550 @3.4ghz, 4g ddr800 And 5870.
like 200 fps, 16x12 windowed, specs on the left. drops down to 100 in some cases with 4 people and 894564985 monsters and effects on screen
ctrl+r shows fps in game btw
It's not that demanding, just bad luck on my part.
I capped mine at 100 fps (just because). For some reason in "Fullscreen", my crossfire goes in reverse and GPU2 seems to want to take over and give me 20 fps. I fixed this issue by going into "Fullscreen Windowed Mode". COME ON ANDREW D WHERE MY CROSSFIRE PROFILE AT???
I'm pretty sure a potato could run this game fine. (Provided you don't have two potatoes in crossfire)
I have a 6850m with i7 2600k, and am getting 50-80 maxed out.
The problem is, if I don't turn V-Sync on my computer overheats (this is a laptop, but does not overheat on anything else)
Blizzard is known to produce this issue in their games, I know that Starcraft II had this issue in their menus, and I still cannot be sure if it is fixed today.
The problem with V-Sync is that some games have this horrible input lag that has a slight (probably 150-200ms) and very noticebly annoying delay.
If anyone else has fixed this issue, let me know!
Things I have tried:
1. Forcing V-Sync through CCC. Doing this does not enable V-Sync in the game.
2. I have tried limiting frames. Instead of limiting the frames rendered, the game instead makes the card work on rendering the frames, and then only displays x amount of frames.
3. Windowed. No luck.
16x12? I don't think w1z will ever let go of those old CRTs
@3870X2 Try to download rivatuner, or some other app that includes D3Doverrider, and force vsync thru that.
Graphics are kinda lame on this game, so it runs great. Never see anywhere below 60fps.
doesnt work so well on my laptop (AMD A6 w/ APU) even on low at 1360x768. heres hoping driver updates/game patches fix that (seemed to be CPU lag, even OC'd to 2GHz/2.5 turbo).
sits at 45ish FPS, but slows down in combat almost unplayably. updating to 12.4 drivers now to see if it helps.
My system runs this game with ease, the game maxes out at 200fps and that's what i get all the time with max settings but i get alot of tearing so i turn on vysnc and it runs smooth and uses 30% on both cards instead of 80-90% with vsync off
^ i find the in game limiter works better with Vsync off, than using Vsync.
Fair enough, i didnt try it with the limiter (default was 150) but i might try that to see if it runs any better
cap it to 59 or 60fps with the limiter and try that, i find that in starcraft II capping the FPS works better than using Vsync, and figured the same would apply to diablo III.
Hey Mussles, Blizzard games are notorious for being nVidia and Intel optimized.
You are running both an AMD CPU and AMD GPU, you got a double-dose of de-optimization.
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